Here is the highly-anticipated 4G Nokia 3310, the only feature phone you'll need


It's no surprise that HMD Global wants to launch a 4G version of the Nokia 3310. Since the 2G model wouldn't work in all countries, HMD released the 3G Nokia 3310, which is available in the United States as well but to cover even more markets a 4G model is absolutely necessary.

However, a much better Nokia 3310 that will feature 4G support will be launched next year. The feature phone was recently certified at TENAA, the Chinese regulatory commission, which suggests we might not have to wait too long for the device to go official.

There are no differences between the other two Nokia 3310 models and the upcoming one, except for the fact that the latter comes with 4G support. Design-wise they look just about the same, according to the pictures filed by HMD Global at TENAA.

The 3G Nokia 3310 was launched in the United States for $60, but the 4G variant might be priced a bit higher. Still, the 4G Nokia 3310 will remain a cheap feature phone, probably below the $80 price mark.

source: TENAA via Nokiamob

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21 Comments

1. Ralph.

Posts: 249; Member since: Dec 20, 2017

Hideously ugly looking.

3. Povea

Posts: 47; Member since: Jul 03, 2015

This is just between dumb and smart phones... Not needed!

4. mahima

Posts: 727; Member since: Nov 20, 2014

This is for India...to support jio sim which only support 4g, not 3g or 2g but affordable as hell...MUCH needed!!!

5. Firenze91

Posts: 205; Member since: Nov 19, 2014

Just why?

7. libra89

Posts: 2271; Member since: Apr 15, 2016

Why not? Some networks have dropped their 2G networks. At least using this phone means that you should have better service?

6. Whitedot

Posts: 772; Member since: Sep 26, 2017

At this point it's so obvious HMD is desperate to milk the cow they are riding. Pointless, given this phone cost a cow !

9. Phantom1031

Posts: 263; Member since: Aug 02, 2014

Why whatsapp is not available for this phone?

17. hemedans

Posts: 755; Member since: Jun 01, 2013

i saw some leaks at Nokiamob, this phone will have yunos (android fork), so probably it will run android apps.

18. worldpeace

Posts: 3127; Member since: Apr 15, 2016

This phone only have 16MB internal storage.. and I'm not sure about it's OS, I think it's not S40, I don't don't think it can even run java apps,

12. yankel

Posts: 12; Member since: Dec 15, 2010

I hope it has better connection on T-Mobile then the 3G one. That one was so bad I had to return it.

21. Acdc1a

Posts: 473; Member since: Jan 21, 2016

It may be a Nokia problem. I bought the 6 at launch. One of the most beautiful pieces of hardware I've ever held in my hand. The radio quality was utter garbage. Returned the first for another in the hopes that it was just defective...unfortunately not.

13. Tythas

Posts: 38; Member since: Jul 30, 2015

It would be slightly more compelling if they pre-installed WhatsApp on to the phone

14. Vinodtequiero

Posts: 1; Member since: Dec 28, 2017

I need a phone like Nokia e6 with 4g and if it is with symbian os it'll be great phone to fans and users But one thing Nokia should concentrate on cameras because compare with old Nokia cameras to new Nokia camera are really very poor quality even my Lumia 730 camera is just 6.7 mp and new Nokia 6 camera is 16mp but clarity is very bad to compare In New Nokia not having my loved old Nokia quality except build quality... Please consentrate in cameras and performance

15. edelxander

Posts: 58; Member since: Oct 01, 2013

i'll still buy it. yeah, because its nokia 3310. And it got 4G. Your arguments is invalid.

19. uzbek-mobile-man

Posts: 118; Member since: Sep 27, 2014

Hey, smartphone manufacturer HMD Global!! Whichever smartphone you produce, please, add CDMA 800 MHz, not only GSM 900/1800 MHz!! I read reviews of new smartphones, such as Nokia 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, feature phones, such as Nokia 3310 (2017) and so on, but none of them support CDMA 800 MHz, which I can use on Perfectum`s network in Uzbekistan!! We missed Nokia 6275i!! cdma.uz

20. kanagadeepan

Posts: 1246; Member since: Jan 24, 2012

Sorry to say, they will never do that. Because they have to pay royalty for CDMA tech to Qualcomm. The number of pure CDMA networks are decreasing faster and CDMA is almost a dead technology in many countries. So why will Nokia pay royalty and add CDMA support?

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